Magnolia Court Boutique
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMagnolia Court Boutique Melbourne
This could be a gold mine but alas the inside is tatty. Breakfast good and bed comfortable and room clean. Where's Alex Polizzi when you need her?
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... for the longer leg back to Melbourne.
The flight was surprisingly easy. The kids all managed some sleep and Clint and I had naps. Lily did really well. Clint and I are hoping that her very chilled and relaxed nature is forever. (I have probably just jinxed myself!)
We arrive in Melbourne, check most of our bags into the baggage storage and walk to our hotel.
It is 1am before we are tired enough to sleep.
... to see you. And on Australia Day we met with Eliza for brunch at the Richmond Hill Cafe and Larder - another gem in Melbers which included a great little cheese shop, which was freezing!!! We were able not to freeze to death too soon and got to try some great cheese, including some flowery goats cheese and a delicious hard cheese coated in ground coffee - weird combo but it worked, I promise! EO had a very interesting american style pancake that was ...
... more blah blah blah and then I headed back to pack. All in all my idea of Australia as a place where if you're not stung or bitten to death by one of the worlds 10 most deadly snakes, chomped by a shark or even a croc, you might just be carried out to see by a rip tide or simply dehydrate in the baking outback...was wrong. It really has been an amazing time in my life. Good news though, I didn't have to go straight home. My Australian ...
... nefarious purposes. She actually laughed when we told her that the kids use the scissors in them for their needlepoint projects. Whew!
According to Paul, the flight had a "very bumpy beginning", but it was "very uneventful". Is the man who is terrified of flying being converted? Yes, for those of you who don't know, Paul is not a fan of flying. Imagine traveling around the world with a man who hates ...
... decided to go for a walk around the city and headed for Federation Square. It was a nice walk along the riverbank and quite peaceful to say I was in the centre of a big city. I knew there was free wifi at Fed Square so I took a seat and got in touch with Annabelle a friend from my Durham days who is actually from Melbourne. She had offered to let me stay at her house so I needed to sort arrangements out. It turned out the hotel where she works wasn't far away so I agreed to head over ...